Field & Stream Names ZEISS VICTORY HT 2.5-10×50 Riflescope Best of the Best

Zeiss Victory HT 2.5-10x50 Rifle Scope
Zeiss Victory HT 2.5-10×50 Rifle Scope
Zeiss Sports Optics
Zeiss Sports Optics

NORTH CHESTERFIELD, Va., –-( The new VICTORY HT 2.5-10×50 riflescope from Carl Zeiss has won Field & Stream magazine's coveted Best of the Best award.

This highly regarded annual awards program recognizes the most innovative and best designed products in the hunting industry each year and the value these innovations bring to hunters.

Field & Stream test-team members rigorously test each item during a process dubbed the “Field & Stream Torture Tests.” Products are shot, bent, driven, dropped, and generally abused. Anything that falters is immediately eliminated. Beyond surviving the torture tests, winning products are ultimately selected based on significance of the innovation, the quality of the design, and the value they bring to outdoorsmen.

Here's what the Field & Stream experts had to say about the VICTORY HT 2.5-10×50 in their September 2012 issue:

“Due to a slight miscommunication concerning the subzero riflescope testing procedure, we wound up freezing the Zeiss Victory into a 10-pound block of ice—and it survived the ordeal. The aberration-free 30mm HT features a 50mm objective lens, Schott glass, and Zeiss’s T* multicoatings. The second-focal-plane No. 60 duplex reticle utilizes an ultrafine illuminated dot operated by a large knurled side knob that pulls on to light up and dials a wide band of brightness levels. —T.M.”

The new, super-bright 30mm VICTORY HT riflescopes achieve an unprecedented light transmission of near 95% thanks to the state-of-the-art proprietary High Transmission (HT) glass by SCHOTT and enhanced T* multi-layer coatings. The VICTORY HT also comes with one of the most versatile reticles ever invented – Zeiss' proprietary reticle # 60, featuring the world's finest illuminated red dot for superior precision.

Available in 1.1-4×24, 1.5-6×42, 2.5-10×50 and 3-12×56 models, these durable high-performance VICTORY HT riflescopes come with Zeiss' new ASV+ turret for quick ballistic compensation. Each scope has a complete set of ballistic rings for more hunting loads, allowing for easy, fast and accurate target acquisition and distance compensation with a quick turn of the elevation turret.

“We are truly honored to win another Best of the Best award and appreciate Field & Stream's recognition of our innovations,” said Mike Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “Zeiss has a long history of optical firsts, and we raised the bar once again with our VICTORY HT line. The tremendous effort it took was worth it knowing that our customers experience maximum brightness and performance from ZEISS optics each and every hunt.”

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Carl Zeiss
The Carl Zeiss Group is an international leader in the fields of optics and optoelectronics. In fiscal year 2010/11 the company's approximately 24,000 employees generated revenue of about 4.237 billion euros. In the markets for Industrial Solutions, Research Solutions, Medical Technology and Consumer Optics, Carl Zeiss has contributed to technological progress all over the world for more than 160 years and enhances the quality of life of many people around the globe.

With its innovative technologies and leading-edge solutions, Carl Zeiss is successful in the fields of Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, Industrial Metrology, Microscopy, Medical Technology, Vision Care and Consumer Optics/Optronics. Carl Zeiss is represented with around 30 production and over 50 sales and service sites in more than 30 countries worldwide.

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is a leading, international provider of premium sports optics and part of the Consumer Optics/Optronics Group of Carl Zeiss. Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, LLC is responsible for sales, marketing and distribution of its state-of-the-art binoculars, spotting scopes, riflescopes and laser rangefinders throughout the United States and Canada. The North American headquarter is located in North Chesterfield, Virginia.

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